No More Mr. Nice Guy

No More Mr. Nice Guy

A Family Business Novel

Large Print - 2016 | Large print edition
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Niles has just returned from eight years of serving his country as a Special Forces sniper. He's looking forward to a consulting job with Dynamic Defense and spending time with his family, including his bi-polar mother, Lorna, and his hard-drinking uncle, Willie. What Niles doesn't know is that Dynamic Defense is actually a CIA front. He's not interested in joining them, but they won't take no for an answer. Bridget St. John is one of the most beautiful women Niles has ever met, and she is also the most deadly. It is her job to recruit Niles to the Dynamic Defense team by any means necessary. When Niles is arrested for a murder he does not commit, Bridget makes him an offer he can't refuse: working for Dynamic Defense in exchange for his freedom. With Niles on board, Bridget begins to train him in ways he never imagined. Sometimes, however, the student becomes the teacher. Before she realizes what's happening, Bridget falls in love. When circumstances in his personal life collide with his work, Niles is forced to use his military skills to protect those closest to him.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, A part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 2016
Edition: Large print edition
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 1410488950 (large print hardcover)
9781410488954 (large print hardcover)
Branch Call Number: LP FIC WEBER
Characteristics: large print,rda
557 pages (large print) ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Covington Armstrong, Stephanie - Author
Alternative Title: No more Mister Nice Guy


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benny555 Apr 12, 2016

Very good book. Similar to Vice Kings and Mirror Image by Ice-T. A mix of street and sophistication along with some espionage. Lots of sex but not much romance. I do not know if that is good or bad. I guess it depends on your tastes. I have not yet read the "Family Business" novels, but I intend to very shortly. For those of you who are into 'technical writing," there is not a lot of character or plot development, which in this case is not a bad thing. Too much background and too much explanation of every incident tends to drag some stories out and bog them down with information that is not all that necessary. This book is bare bones and straight to the point. Good action and quick movement from one scene to the next. I like this style.


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